Posts Tagged: IBM Center for the Business of Government

There’s No “I” in Federal Team

It should come as no surprise that government work (on any level), particularly in the federal sphere, requires complete teamwork. Unfortunately, there are some inherent discrepancies when dealing with rotating political leadership with the approach of a new administration. But there are ways in which executive leadership can improve the system from within after suchRead… Read more »

Balancing Your Metrics Portfolio

How do you measure the immeasurable? Things like human capital and human resources? Let’s be real, we want to know if we are properly investing in the right practices and the right people. But, the big question is how do we go about doing so? Kevin Desouza, the Associate Dean for Research at the CollegeRead… Read more »

Weekly Round-up: January 07, 2011

Gadi Ben-Yehuda True to the spirit of Janus, from whom January gets its name, Alex Howard takes a look backward and forward in his GovFresh article, “Defining Gov 2.0 and Open Government.” For those resolving to become more active on social media in constructive ways (say, because you read Cognitive Surplus and want to engageRead… Read more »

Weekly Round-up: December 17, 2010

Gadi Ben-Yehuda It is tempting to talk about “the year winding down,” and perhaps it’s natural to look outside our windows at the frozen ground under a patina of snow (as it is here in DC) and think that the next couple of weeks will be quieter, less eventful, slower. But as recent years haveRead… Read more »